The National Geographic Channel sent out a release indicating that a first-look film clip of "Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden," which will air on Nov. 4 (two days before the presidential election), was available at The Huffington Post. Based on a book by one of the Six, who were sworn to keep their exploits private, the film recounts events of that raid and the planning that led to it.
The Wrap went even farther, getting quotes from CEO David Lyle and also running the embedded clip from The Weinstein Company. If you want to have a look, here's the story by Tim Kenneally.
And if you're curious, here's the book ghost written by "Mark Owen":
I have mixed feelings about this. On the one hand I'm curious, like everyone else, but on the other hand we're a society that rewards people for breaking rules and agreements. If I were one of the other SEALS that did as they promised and kept quiet about the operation, I'd file a lawsuit against the guy who didn't . . . and is now raking in the bucks from a best-selling book, and now a TV movie deal.